dietetic

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Synonyms for dietetic

of or relating to the diet

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THIS isn't just any old diet product - this is M&S's new range of diet foods, which they claim will keep you feeling full for longer.
It's been a lot of work and I've been working with Harley Pasternak and his 5-Factor program, they actually have diet food sent to my house.
Amber is on diet food recommended by the vet, which she loves, but has not lost weight.
STEAK pies might not be conventional diet food but Britain's champion slimmer swears by them.
Sat fat ranges from three to eight grams per cup--nowhere near as bad as those companies' ice creams, but not exactly diet food.
She gets plenty of walks and refuses to eat diet food.
Weight Management Diet Food, Substitutes and Beverages: Low calorie ready meals, meal replacement, low calorie confectionaries, low calorie beverages and other markets.
Short description of the contract or purchase / s : Object of the contract is the preparation of food according to the Collection of recipes for diet food for catering and medical and prophylactic establishments - ed.
Slim-Fast's sales have been dented and this, together with the fact the UK diet food market is now worth 110m [pounds sterling], has forced parent Unilever to rethink its strategy.
Daily preparation and delivery of food in individual heat-resistant boxes owned by the Contractor, having received a written request from the Employer in diets for hospital patients on Hospital Bourgas, drawn up according to the Collection of recipes for diet food for catering and medical - preventive Institutions, ed.
I didn't buy diet food - you can eat anything in moderation but stick to 1,200 calories per day.
com, a leading consumer information web site, has announced the results of their 2012 diet food taste test.
GUESS how much we will be spending on diet food and drinks by 2006?